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  • Officer Needs Help

    Not sure if this has been posted here yet - I've been busy latey and not much time to keep updated as to what is happening on o.com

    On 03/17/03, Poplar Bluff, Missouri Police Officer Steven McCane, a member
    of FOP Lodge #48, received a radio assignment of a fire at his own residence.
    P.O. McCane, other officers and firefighters arrived to find the home
    engulfed in flames. Worse than the tragedy of finding your own home in
    flames, was the fate of the occupants, his family. Found near the back door
    of the residence were the bodies of his wife Ginger, 30, and their daughter
    Kaylyn, 4. Investigators have tied the cause of the fire to a faulty
    electrical heater.
    The family had no insurance on the home or the lives of Ginger and Kaylyn.
    The Missouri State FOP will be establishing a trust fund to assist with
    funeral costs and the loss of Officer McCane's home and belongings. That
    information will be posted tomorrow, March 19, 2003 on the web site of the
    State FOP, www.mofop.org. When you hit your knees tonight I'd ask that you
    remember these folks in your prayers.
    The Missouri State FOP has established a Trust Fund to assist FOP Brother
    Steve McCane after the horrible tragedy he has endured. To assist with
    funeral expenses and replacement of some of Officer McCane's belongings,
    please send your donation to:
    Missouri State FOP
    715 Jefferson St.
    Jefferson City, MO 65101
    attn: McCane Memorial Fund
    www.mofop.org
    Please make all checks payable to the McCane Memorial Fund. Certainly this
    is a time for all brothers and sisters of this organization to pull together.

    Fraternally,
    Thomas W. Mayer, President
    Missouri State FOP

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    Thanks for informing everyone. What a terrible,terrible situation. May God Bless them all and lets all pitch in and help this officer in his time of great need. [Frown]
    Stay safe and watch your back. Survived Katrina. Now a Official member of the Chocolate City Police.

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